Canungra is approximately 30.08 square kilometres. In 2016 the population of Canungra was 1229. The population is 50% male and 50% female. On average the monthly mortgage repayments in Canungra are $1800 to $2399. The most common weekly income bracket is $650 to $799 per week. Weekly rents in the area are on average $350 to $449.
Canungra is a small rural township in the Scenic
Rim Region local government area of South East
Queensland, Australia. The Canungra economy
depends on tourism, being a popular destination
for short drives from the Gold Coast and Brisbane.
Canungra, also called the "Valley of the Owls", is
situated in the Gold Coast hinterland, 35
kilometres (22 mi) west of the Gold Coast and 90
kilometres (56 mi) south of
Brisbane. At the 2011 census, Canungra had a
population of 746.
Residents and business in Canungra get their
water supply from Canungra Creek, a tributary of
Albert River. The slopes around Canungra are
steep and forested with some cleared farmlands
and rural homes in the flatter valley areas.
Points of Interest
44 Christie Street
C&K Canungra Community Kindergarten
25 Kidston Street
Cafe Met 3
8 Christie Street (Mo-Fr 05:30-18:30; Sa-Su 06:00-18:00)
Canungra Hub Cafe & Deli
32 Christie Street (Mo-Fr 06:00-17:00; Sa-Su 07:30-17:00)
Canungra Pizza & Pasta
28 Christie Street (Mo-Su 16:30-20:00)
Canungra Police Station
Canungra Rural Fire Brigade
3 Finch Road
Canungra Uniting Church
Canungra Valley Medical Centre
49 Christie Street
Canungra Veterinary Surgery
Funky Dory Diner
28 Christie Street (Mo-We 10:00-19:30; Th-Su 10:30-20:30)
St Luke's Canungra
The Outpost Cafe
44 Christie Street (Mo-Su 05:30-16:30)
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